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Alabaré (Oh, I Will Praise)

Juan vió el número, de los redimidos (John saw the number of all the redeemed)

Translator: O. I. Cricket Harrison; Translator: Luis Ferrer (1994)
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Translator: O. I. Cricket Harrison

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Translator: Luis Ferrer

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Text Information

First Line: Juan vió el número, de los redimidos (John saw the number of all the redeemed)
Title: Alabaré (Oh, I Will Praise)
Spanish Title: Juan vió el número, de los redimidos
Translator: O. I. Cricket Harrison
Translator: Luis Ferrer (1994)
Meter: Irregular
Source: Latin America (20th century)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Alabaré, alabaré (Oh, I will praise, oh, I will praise)
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright: Tr. © 1995 Chalice Press



José Pagán-Lopez (b. Fortuna, Murcia, Spain, 1916) composed ALABARE in the style of a folk song; the short phrases, the singing in parallel thirds, and the rhythmic style are clearly Hispanic in flavor. Make use of the little echo phrases in the refrain. The accompaniment is for piano or guitar; h…

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Chalice Hymnal #29

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